**Slides of Selected Presentations at
Conferences**

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** Use
Magic to Introduce the Key Concepts of Functions **pdf file

Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT), July 10, 2013

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** Using
Error-eliciting Problems to Help Students Overcome their Impulsive Tendency** pdf file

Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT), July 11, 2013

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** Using
Problem-Based Learning to Foster Discipline-Specific Habits of Mind** pdf file

International Sun Conference of Teaching and Learning, Mar 1, 2012.

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** Helping
Students Overcome Their Tendency to Apply Procedures without Thinking** pdf file

NCTM Regional Conference and Exposition, Nov 3, 2011.

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** Using
Clickers and Prediction Items to Address Students’ Mathematical Misconceptions** pdf file

International Sun Conference on Teaching and Learning, Mar 10, 2011.

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** Inferring
Impulsive-Analytic Disposition from Written Responses **pdf file

**Links to PowerPoint Presentations on
Mathematical Habits of Mind **

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*Mathematical Habits of Mind (Working
Group #4) *at the 31st
PME-NA Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, Sep 24-26, 2009 Link

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*Helping Students Develop Mathematical
Habits of Mind* at
Joint Mathematics Meetings, Washington,
DC, Jan 5-8, 2009 Link

·
*Helping Students Develop Mathematical
Habits of Mind without Compromising Key Concepts from the Syllabus *at Joint Mathematics Meetings, San Diego, CA, Jan 6-9, 2008 Link

Students are most likely to learn when
they see a need for what we intend to teach them.

*Guershon** Harel*

Updated on March 3, 2012